The Red Sea is a fantastic place to go snorkeling.
Egypt’s Red Sea is one of the world’s most popular snorkelling and diving destinations because to its gorgeous reefs and abundant marine life.
Swimming is safe for people of all ages in the calm, crystalline sea.
Hurghada, in the Red Sea Governorate, is the most well-known of the communities around the Red Sea. Makadi Bay, Marsa Alam, El Gouna, Soma Bay, Sahl Hasheesh, Safaga, and other nearby places are popular.
Sharm El Sheikh Resort is near to both Sharks Bay and Dahab. The Sinai Peninsula is situated across the Red Sea.
Scuba diving is plenty with intriguing opportunities:
It’s a lot of fun, and it’s a lot cheaper, to go snorkelling than it is to go diving. Regardless of the child’s age, they can successfully do the task.
Red Sea Dive Centers usually lend out snorkelling gear.
Bring your own snorkelling gear if you want to spend the most of your trip snorkelling, since it will save you money.
A Reminder for Your Persistence
If your feet aren’t properly protected against coral reefs and urchins with sharp spikes, you might be seriously hurt.
Regulations and instructions must be followed on all expeditions and excursions when the water is too shallow to float over. Even in shallow waters, you must only go under water in approved “corridors” if you cannot float above the coral. This protects the corals and your feet.
Wearing a T-shirt and waterproof sunscreen when swimming is always a good idea, even if the water seems to be cool.